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The 8 Traits of Meep

Chapter 3 Meeping! Meep Meeeeeep! The Eight Traits of Culture, meep!

What are the 8 traits of culture? Ethnic Groups, Ancestors, Language, Daily Life, History, Arts, Government, and Economy meep.
What is culture? Way of life between groups of people. Shares beliefs and customs; MEEP.
What is language? Sharing info.
What is religion? A Belief system; helps answer questions about life's meanings.
What is daily life? What people do every day- regularly, routine. What people eat, wear, think, ect.
What is history? Shared history between cultures; looking into the past.
What is the arts? Expressions between cultures through media.
What is government? Political system between cultures.
What is economy? How goods are produced and exchanged. Meep.
Traditional?` Family or community based-on customs and rituals.
Market Individual or consumer-based, relies on consumer choices (supply and demand).
Command Centrally controlled, government makes all decisions.
Mixed Some government control in a market system (see market).
Did you study? Yes!
Created by: BirthdayMuffin